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while rescue and recovery teams continue to help victims. thousands of runners in new york city refusing to let a canceled marathon spoil their race plans. some running the original 1970 marathon route as part of a charity race that raised over $2 million for victims of the storm. others donating their time to relief efforts. >> we're here 'cause new york city's been here for us. and they've always been a great host. so we decided to show our support, and we wanted to run anyway. i did this for a charity. >> organizer canceling the new york city marathon amid outrage and criticism that it was too soon to be staging a race amid the suffering. for "teen kids news," i'm lauren green, "fox news channel in the classroom." >> it's no secret that middle-school girls can be mea their bad behavior is a constant theme in movies and tv shows. but as jacelyn reports, there are ways to avoid being a victim. >> well, the problem with middle school in general is that it's all about who's the best, whether it be at singing or looking the prettiest or having the nicest boyfriend or whatever. and there ar
sandy. in addition to demolishing some homes, why gas lines may continue for many in new york city. >>> also, hundreds attend a vigil for four veterans killed in a tragic train accident in texas. hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit today. >>> hundreds of homes in the new york city area damaged by hurricane sandy will be demolished soon, and debris from hundreds more already destroyed by the storm will be cleared away. mayor michael bloomberg announced today that gas rationing will continue through thanksgiving until this friday. meanwhile, medical teams are going door to door to make sure people get the care they need. >>> hundreds gather in midland, tex
are not livable. and today new york city mayor michael bloomberg extended the odd/even license gas rationing through the thanksgiving holiday. new york city building flp fors have already examined 2,000 homes and 900 are tagged with that tag that says seemingly unsafe. >>> rescuers have found the body of a man floating in the water on friday. one of the four men who suffered burns in the fire is improving and is now in fair condition. another is in serious condition and two remain crital. >>> still ahead, as nbc "nightly news" continues, forget black friday, this year they want you to stop until you drop even before the turkey is digested. >>> and then later, a surprise visitor drops into the sights of hundreds of troops in afghanistan. year again. medicare open enrollment. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. ♪ open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit or call 1-800-medicare. i ho
in the northeast, as well. 46 right now in new york city and 56 in cleveland. there was a big talk about a possible nor'easter coming up this week across portions of the northeast. that would have been a big issue but take a look at travel forecast as we head into mid-week, a big travel time of the year, we're expecting nice weather along the eastern half of the country, worldwide sunshine, it looks good as we head through the mid-week. westbound more stormy weather if northern parts of the california and in oregon and washington. >> gregg: in new york for the thanksgiving day parade, looks like a really nice day on thursday. thanks very much. >> heather: what is your favorite part of the parade. >> gregg: i like it all. they are so great. different characters. it will be coming down sixth avenue. >> heather: we can go outside and watch it. >> new questions about business of selling marijuana. entrepreneurs are finding not everyone is on board. >> gregg: and christmas in egypt. a christians in egypt have a new leader. we have a video of the elaborate ceremony. >> heather: and weeks after super stor
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so we could care for the displaced pets in new york city following the aftermath of hurricane sandy and we're very gracious. >> reporter: more than 300 animals have been rescued by aspca 1307bdzers and along with distributing pet supplies and operating mobile clinics, the aspca helped nearly 16,000 animals in sandy-affected area. >> get an apartment so i'm basically bring him here where he can be taken care of because he's just like my child. >> the goal is to provide the people who have been displaced by hurricane sandy an opportunity to bring their pets in, board them for up to 30 days and really just focus on getting their lives back together. >> reporter: proving in the aftermath of devastation, our furry friends are never forgotten. rescuers say many pets not only need shelter but serious medical attention. in the coming weeks we hope to see lots of happy reunions but for those pets that can't find their families they will be in need of new hopes. >> a lot of animals. bazi, thank you for being here. we appreciate it. >> sure. >>> coming up on "good morning america" -- all in th
giffords last june. this time he beat his republican rival by just over 1,000 votes. homes in new york city severely damaged by hurricane sandy will be demolished. city officials say about 200 buildings will be bull dozed in the coming days. 500 other damaged homes and structures are still being inspected and could meet a similar fate. as michelle miller reports, replacing what was lost won't be easy. >> the water was already coming up to the window. and inside the house, it was already above my knees. >> reporter: it was a harrowing night for michael peters, his wife, and four daughters. hurricane sandy swept their three-room home off its foundation two weeks ago, forcing them to spend the night on the roof. >> we were there from 9:00 p.m. in the night all the way till, like, 8:00 p.m. in the morning. >> reporter: you were on your roof for 12 hours? >> yes. >> reporter: for now, they're staying at mount manresa, a religious retreat housing more than a dozen families. they're among 47,000 new yorkers who have applied for housing help from the federal emergency management agency. do you feel
provided five hundred thousand dollars donation so that we can care for displaced pets in new york city following the aftermath of hurricane sandy. >> more than 300 animals have been rescued by aspca responders and distributing pet supplies, the aspca have helped 16,000 animals. >> dint want to leave my dog in a cold apartment. i have driven here where he can be taken care of because he is just like my child. >> the goal is to provide the people that have been displaced by hurricane sandy an opportunity to bring their pets in for up to 30 days and really just focus on getting their lives back together. >> proving in the aftermath of devastation, our furry friends are never forgotten. >>> now, maryland's most accurate forecast. >>> let's take a look. today a lot of clouds across the area. take a look at aloe wet city, clouds for most of the afternoon. temperatures getting to the low 50s in aloe adequacy and the waters looking good but again mostly cloudy skies this afternoon, upper 40s. bethesda not much happening along the links here in bethesda. some sunshine and clouds. manchester, re
? reporter: new york city has always taken pride in its culture, so it's only fitting that at this trendy new spot, the cultures are alive and active. it is a yogurt shop, after all. >> the goal of this cafe was really to show the possibilities of yogurt. >> reporter: you heard him. fermted milk is now center stage in one of manhattan's chicest neighborhoods. john heath heads innovation at chobani's. what's the best seller. >> pistachio with chocolate and orange. i mean people absolutely love that one. >> reporter: it's the brand new face of an age old product thousands of years ago, notice mads are thought to have first discovered yogurt. today chobani's chefs say they're discovering it all over again. >> so here we have some cucumber, some ol i have been oil, a little bit of salt and just pure simple yogurt. >> reporter: at the heart of every recipe is chobani's greek yogurt, strained to remove the whey and water. >> thicker. creamy. it adds a great texture. >> reporter: from richness comes riches. chobani is now the fastest growing yogurt brand in america. and greek yogurt, once a small fr
neighborhoods, garbage tall as three stories high starting to pile up at designated collection areas in new york city. the army corps of engineer will soon help move that trash to other landfills upstate. superstorm sandy caused an estimate $50 billion in damage. new york being the hardest hit. >>> some of the folks affected by sandy were without power and heat for days. some of them weeks. fema recommends everyone have a disaster kit with at least three days worth of water, nonperishable food, a battery operated radio, flashlights, batteries and first aid kits and any medication you need. those are basics. we invited brad in to tell us some of the things that we may want to add into our disaster kit if we're able. thanks for joining us by the way. >> thanks for having me. you mentioned being prepared and having all of those things in a single kit that's ready to grab. that's one of the nice things. a lot of people don't have time to put together what experts will call a go bag. we carry an emergency kit which comes with all of those different things. you've got food and water. you've got first
we are going to make a change that is this radical, -- new york city as i understand it file piling one project on city land to see how it works this is not one the 375 units, we are talking about four-six projects and i might say it might really help not with affordable housing but with moderate mousing and i think that is scott wieners place on this and i think it might help but i think so it will open up a whole a lot of loopholes and i think we should go slowly and so one thing that we learned during the presidential campaign is the problem of math and so one thing that i would like to propose propose to you is the mathematical campaign so you divide in a by 30 days and what that comes out to is $50 a night i. simple math. if you think about that,that is pretty cheap per night and now imagine for a moment, here we go. so $1,500 a month works out to $50 a night and let's say that you charge $99 a night it's a teen hundred dollars and then 4,000 a month. and so now, you are holding one of these buildings and trying to figure out what do to satisfy your investors there will be a
areas in new york city still grappling with the aftermath of hurricane sandy. the president met with first responders and victims. faith-based relief groups continue to help with the clean-up. the relief arm of the southern baptist convention says it will provide meals through december. and islamic relief usa announced it will partner with the church of jesus christ of latter day saints, the mormons, to deliver supplies to heavily hit parts of new york and new jersey. >>> there were sharp words exchanged between china and the dalai lama as the number of self-immolations by tibetans grew dramatically. speaking in japan, the dalai lama called for an investigation into the causes behind t immolations and faulted china for seeing buddhism as a threat. china meanwhile once again accused the dalia lama of glorifying the suicides. at least ten tibetans inside china set themselves on fire in the last two weeks to protest china's policy on tibet. >>> we have a special commemoration today of what many say is the world's greatest work of art, michelangelo's ceiling of the sistine chapel in
. a disruptive industry doesn't know how this works out. san francisco has been friendly to you. maybe new york city has been a lot less friendly to uber and other similar idea, san francisco has been on your side through much of this. >> absolutely. i think they recognize the opportunity, there is so much disruption and entrepreneurship in general, they don't want to act too quickly. to that effect they created a working group around the sharing economy, the concept that broadly involves other companies you mentioned. people have all these assets they're not fully utilizing and technology is making e ing it pe to share a slice of it. >> you in return are trying to work towards understanding cities do need to have certain criteria for cab companies and lift will point out they have far more insurance than regular cab companies do. >> the purpose of the working group is bring the stakeholders to the table and have a discussion rather than referring to the law around for decades. >> you have properties not just in san francisco, right? you're operating e ing iing in cities? >> 30,000 cities aroun
the fox news studios in new york city. from the time i first visited israel in 1973, i believe israel is a nation of miracles. it a miracle israel was able to reestablish itself on the ground god gave it 4,000 years before, from which dispersed 2,000 years ago. home without odds not without pain and bloodshed reestablished as the home for the jewish people that barely survived the holocaust has been pursued and threatened ever since it stands because of the sacrifice of its people what only can be described as divine providence. when it has been tacked it has not only secured stunning military victories but has ended up with more land more closely resembles the biblical deed of trust. end highs -- enemies demand the land be given back. when israel attempt today to give land for peace it gave land but failed to obtain peace. when it gave up any claim to gaza and forcibly removed its own people from there, it was supposed to be for peace. it instead gave terrorist groups like hamas a beachhead to spread violence within a few hundred yards of where israeli children play, shopkeepers sell
to certainly see a nicer day in new york city and a perfect day, thomas is turning 10 today. you must be thomas. where are you from? are you enjoying new york city? well, thanks so much for spending your birthday here. it is going to be nice around here. we have a lot of rain to talk about especially in the northwest. we have storm after storm that is just going to pound the west coast and each storm gets stronger we could see wind gusts up to 70 to 90 miles an hour especially along the coast, 0 out that way, and mountain snow, a foot, a foot and a half of snow possible. the rest of the country minus a couple of showers through the plains and also some heavier rain across the carolinas. some wind gusts up near 40 miles an hour possible as well today and even into tomorrow. but the northeast will be quiet for your monday. middle of the kcountry seeing a couple of showers and, again, we are looking for pretty strong weather and gusty wind >>> weather calming down around bathe area and cooler drier air now into the north bay. you can see 30s and low 40s this morning. close to 50 in san jose. the s
day in new york city and a perfect day, thomas is turning 10 today. you must be thomas. where are you from? are you enjoying new york city? well, thanks so much for spending your birthday here. it is going to be nice around here. we have a lot of rain to talk about especially in the >>> good sunday morning, everybody. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. a little bit of sunshine for now. includes increase for the remainder of the day. won't be that bright blue sky we enjoyed yesterday. nonetheless, a pleasant afternoon to spend some quality time in the outdoors. temperatures in the low 30s to low 40s, to low 40s and 50s today. pleasant ooh of cloud around for the next few days. rain drops well down to our south and really nice for thanksgiving and the day after. >>> and now that it's sunday, that means tonight is sunday night football night in america. we have a huge rivalry going down in heinz field. the rains head iravens heading . for your football forecast, any forecast you want, it's available at erica? >> dylan, thanks. >>> a miss america contestant just 16 wh
of the workforce. in the quiet new york city suburb of maplewood, new jersey, another bookstore almost disappeared until jonah and emily came to the rescue. even though they knew nothing about the book business. >> when jonah came he didn't have a bookstore background, so he was depending on us to be able to help him out. >> with the change in ownership became a change in management style. she was hand on on, doing most of the work herself. a recent graduate of business school, jonah was very idea in job crafting to better utilize the talents of his staff. >> it's changing the jobs to fit the people rather than the people to fit the jobs. now that can't always work 100%. sometimes we have to buckle down and do something we're not good at or don't like, but as much as possible, it's in everyone's interest if people are doing what they're good at and what they like. >> with an experienced staff already in place he worked with each of them to determine their likes and dislikes. >> so for instance, she does the ordering. that's really her specialty. i do the scheduling, the tech stuff, things like tha
york city, slight chance of showers, 52 degrees there tomorrow. chicago, also systems go. sunshine, 58. st. louis, 61. look for thickening clouds and chances of showers. 68 in seattle. rains and 50 there. across our state, the higher elevations near the passes, the sierra nevada that's where you could possibly encounter some wicked wintry weather. with chains more than likely required. sacramento, few isolated showers. 63 and 67 for los angeles, with chance of a shower. we dry out on monday and then another chance of showers for the bay area tuesday night and wednesday. right now thanksgiving day, thursday, looks dry. and we'll start to warm things up for next weekend. >> ama: thank you, leigh. mike shumann is here with sports. you made a good call with stanford. >> mike: stanford pulled off the upset of the day. and will alec smith start monday night against the bears of a concussion last week? we have block. >> mike: the only question around the niners this week has been their health. jim harbaugh back in practice after an irregular heartbeat, and alex smith still practicing, hoping
-finance improvements. we have found where new york city did accomplish that, but it's on a much grander scale. so if there is the possibility perhaps to bundle properties, that might get us enough heft of what we want in debt, and perhaps get a decent return but for small agreements it's very difficult to do anything other than what we're presenting to you at this 8% rate. we are -- i do want to make mention though that our rough order of magnitude budget at this point has us considerably below what our availability of funds is at 35 a square foot, we're probably 80% of that and we're seeing already value engineering opportunities where that number will only go lower. but in abundance of caution we're providing you numbers that assume full amortization of the entire 35 a square foot. >> president chiu: supervisor campos. >> supervisor campos: thank you, mr. president. thank you for your presentation. just a quick question, just an informational question. there is a way to keep track of how much the city is spending on these kinds of improvements, collectively? i don't know how many of these deals
to terror. >> you're not in new york city, that skyline behind you is mountain view, california. eric schmidt, it sounds like you were in that closed door meeting, we know you weren't, but thank you for joining us. >>> there was a story that went unreported on election night. mitt romney's landslide, he actually had many of them across the country in his loss to barack obama. we went to king county, texas where president obama suffered his most severe shellacking. >> reporter: what do you think of barack obama's first term? >> ain't worth a damn. i don't agree with anything he done. >> reporter: it was a sentiment that was also common after president obama's first run for president. 3.4% chose obama, the lowest for any county in the country. if you could tell barack obama to do one thing, what would you tell -- king county is not only barack obama's lowest vote percentage, it's also the county where he received the lowest total number of votes. nationwide, the president tal tallied more than 62 million votes. but here in this county, he got 5 votes. mitt romney winning 139 to 5, made
in the heart of new york city's times square, i'm melissa lee. these are the trades and stocks closing on the highs of the today. sweet talk out of washington, but there's only one stock america is watching right now, apple. it reversed and closed flat for the session, setting up for an apple rally. let's get in the money and find out right now. ennis, what did you make of the action? >> i was trading a lot of apple today, you can follow us on twitter and on the site. we were buying call spreads yesterday, buying more today. we were looking for capitulation that says, i just want out, painful, painful press action. >> it's a big swoop down. on heavy volume. >> this was the largest volume since march, the middle of march on apple. we saw it on a rapid, down $10, up $10, over the course of 30 minutes, a short-term bottom. this doesn't mean happy days are here again and apple is going back to 700. no way do i think apple hits 700 again. but it's a short-term bottom. >> the relative strength in apple hit the weakest point. since 200. actually, more recently, when we saw it get back to leve
andrew cuomo continues to help his city. staten island, that's where more than nearly half of new york city's storm deaths occurred. >>> well, power has come back gradually to homes and businesses in new york and new jersey, but thousands are still in the dark. look at this. according to cnn's latest numbers, there are still 4,107 outages reported in those two states now three weeks in. for some, sandy took everything they had. i spent the week in new york with people who are struggling through this aftermath and searching for a way to now rebuild their lives. >> we've got more food on the line. thank you. >> thank you very much, sweetheart. >> you're very welcome. >> reporter: for many in for rock away, new york, it's been cold, miserable, and dark. stacy lawrence and hundreds of her neighbors have struggled without heat, without power, without landline phone service. >> the staircase is dark. it's just scary. every day i'm coming down the step i'm afraid i might see a dead body somewhere. it's horrendous. >> reporter: we're inside the ocean individual apartment bu d community, build
,000 donation so that we could care for displaced pets in new york city following the aftermath of hurricane sandy. we are very gracious. >> more than 300 animals have been rescued by aspc responders, and along with distributing pet supplies and operating mobile clinics, they have helped nearly 16,000 animals in affected areas. >> i don't want to leave my dog in a cold apartment so i'm basically bringing him here where he can be taken care of because he's just like my child. >> the goal is to provide the people who have been displaced by hurricane sandy an opportunity to bring their pets in, board them for up to 30 days, and really just focus on getting their lives back together. >> proving in the aftermath of devastation our furry friends are never forgotten. >> coming up, we are just hours away from tonight's 40th annual american music awards. we will have a preview and tell you who will be performing. and here is a live look from the beach at santa cruz. the forecast today partly cloudy and 63. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few minutes. ♪ [ female announcer ] nature exist
sandy, flooded out parts of new york city, including the financial district. and now, sources are saying the flood waters took over a massive underground vault on wall street. potentially, drenching billions of dollars in bearer bonds. this would make them worthless if they're destroyed. reportedly a contractor is working to salvage the papers. which firms are potentially affected has not been given, along with an exact value. but, some of the members who store their bonds there, including jp morgan, bank of america, and gomldman sachs. not good news. those are some of your headlines. >> clayton: thank you, ainsley. a new video now, president obama in bangkok thailand. the president greeted with a special ceremony. peter doocy live in d.c. this morning, with details on the trip. good morning to you, peter. >> good morning, dave. and the president has been in bangkok for about four hours now and one of the first stops at the monastery where a monk gave the president and secretary of state hillary clinton a tour of the monastery and the president told the monk that the united states could
-up call and right now in new york city, the debate is over how much to increase fares in public transit and they -- the metrotransity authority wants to increase the price of riding a subway and the price of riding trains quite a bit, and so how does this make sense? we're supposedly having a wake-up call and we're making it harder for people to use public transit and that's because we don't have the resources that we need. >> you've been out on the devastation, why? >> i'm writing a book and the documentary to go with it and we were filming in the rockaways in staten island and in red hook, and also in the relief hubs where you just see a tremendous number of volunteers organized by occupy wall street. they call it occupy sandy. >> really? >> what i found is that the generosity is tremendous. i saw a friend last night and i asked her whether she'd been involved in the hurricane relief. they have my car, i hope they get it back. if you see it, tell me. people are tremendous. so one of the things that you find out in a disaster is you really do need a public sector. it's really important
. at the table with me, former commissioner of the new york city department of correction, glenn martin, formerly incarcerated and now vice president of public affairs for the fortune society. valerie core, the director of a new documentary about prison called the worst of the worse and a fellow at the yale law school and the author i quoted. mark bennett, united states district court judge for the northern district of iowa. i want to start with you. thank you for being here today >> thank you for having me. >> part of what these laws did and have done is put prosecutors rather than judges in charge of our system. >> that's true. you're always going to have discretion in sentencing. the passage of the united states sentencing guidelines in 1987 took discretion from judges and gave it to prosecutors. >> yeah. >> the effect of that is many prosecutors are re-elected. they have a personal, professional, democratic incentive to incarcerate as many people for as long as possible. >> that's been my experience. i mean, it's -- the prosecutors have been a growth industry. in my district, northern distric
be persisting for not weeks but even months. new york city's economy could be suffering for quite some time. back to you. >> shannon: difficult situation. anna, thank you for the update. >> in the past three months, the obama administration has proposed thousands of new government regulations. how those could affect you, your family, job and business. we ask a guest from the national federation of independent business next. sometimes what we suffer from is bigger than we think ... like the flu. with aches, fever and chills- the flu's a really big deal. so why treat it like it's a little cold? there's something that works differently than over-the-counter remedies. prescription tamiflu attacks the flu virus at its source. so don't wait. call your doctor right away. tamiflu is prescription medicine for treating the flu in adults and children one year and older whose flu symptoms started within the last two days. before taking tamiflu tell your doctor if you're pregnant, nursing. have serious health conditions, or take other medicines. if you develop an allergic reaction, a severe rash, or sig
live coverage from the 63rd annual national book awards here in new york city. this is one of the nominated books, "the boy kings of texas," mmr, domingo martinez is the other. mr. martinez joins us here on the red carpet. if you would, this is a story, this is your story. is that correct? >> is primarily my story but also the story of my family. i go back one generation more and discuss my grandmother's mythology and how she came over to america and how ultimately it was her coming cross from mexico into america that spawned this fantastic first-generation american story or goes the mr. martinez you were raised in brownsville texas, right on the border. what was brownsville like during her childhood? >> that then, i experience it is being racially polarized, kind of in a more economic sort of striations and the brownsville imail was very agriculturally based. my parents ran a trucking business and we were basically farm laborers and so it was a very conflicted experience, because we would go to school and pretend like we were wealthier than we were, and it was entirely dif
live. may be different in new york verses kansas city but at point social security should kick in but someone making 400,000 dollars a year clearly doesn't need it. that's my comments. >> thank you and our app is available for mobile device. you can get to c-span radio at c-span the headline from the working on the post. aarp flexing muscle in talks saying it doesn't want to raise the social security age and we ask if you think this should be part of a larger discussion as congress deals not only with the fiscal cliff but the looming debt and deficit and now approaching 16-point 7 trillion dollars. congress out this week for the thanksgiving holiday returning next monday and tuesday. chris from virginia. republican line. good morning. >> i thought that throwing my two cents on this. every discussion and every editorial that i read in the major papers talks about either cutting spending or raising taxes and i think one of the pieces and it's a big piece is this problem is not being discussed pretty much anywhere and that's selling assets. the federal government contro
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